1,000 tonnes onion coming from Afghanistan every day: Traders
Onion supplies from Afghanistan have surged in the past few days with about 1,000 tonnes of kitchen staple coming per day to India through Attari-Wagah land route, say traders.
Government feels onion heat, asks MMTC to import 10,000 tonnes
The government has asked MMTC to import 10,000 tonnes of onions to increase av...
Punjab gets onions from Afghanistan to check prices
With onion prices going through the roof, traders from Punjab have started importing the ...
Trade between India and Pakistan via Attari-Wagah land route comes to halt
An Integrated Check Post was set up Attari Wagah border in 2012 with at an estimated cost of Rs 150 cr for smooth movement of traffic between Indo-Pak
Onion from Afghanistan arrive, to help contain prices
With onion prices continuing to remain high, Punjab based traders have started importing it from Afghanistan through Attari-Wagah land route in Amritsar.
Seek permission for onion exports to India: Pakistan traders told
Amritsar based traders have asked their counterparts in Pakistan to seek permission for onion export to India through Attari-Wagah land route in a bid to enhance its availability in the country.
Indian exporters warn of halting trade with Pakistan via rail
Indian exporters today threatened to stop trade with Pakistan via rail route in the wake of the discovery of over 100 kg of heroin along with ammunition.
Rupee fall making imports via Attari-Wagah unviable: Traders
Imports from Pakistan through Attari-Wagah land route has become "unviable" as the rupee's value against dollar has sharply fallen.
Trade movement through Attari-Wagah route to resume tomorrow
Trade movement between India and Pakistan through the Attari-Wagah land route will resume from tomorrow after Punjab traders today decided to withdraw their protest.
Potato growers seek tuber export to Pakistan
The traders in Punjab are wary of losses this season due to the higher domestic output of potato and prevailing low wholesale prices of the tuber.
Regional ties best answer to global slowdown: Pakistan official
Stressing on regional cooperation, a Pakistan official said that his country would soon be granting Most Favoured Nation status to India.
Weak rupee: Importers stop fresh cement import orders from Pakistan
Importers pointed out that there was now no viability of importing cement from the neighbouring country as weakening of rupee had completely brought the pricing of Pakistan's cement on par with that of Indian one.
Indian tomatoes flooding Pakistan, pushing up domestic prices
Truck loads of tomatoes sourced from Delhi and Nashik are entering Pakistan through Attari-Wagah border in Amritsar daily
Good supplies cut vegetable prices 20-25%
Vegetable prices have dropped due to good supplies across the country; onion, tomato and potato prices have fallen by almost 20%-25% in the last fortnight.
Border tension likely to hamper India's exports to Pakistan
India is a significant source of cotton, soya oil meal, vegetables, tomatoes and tea for Pakistan.
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